Floridi historizado: La cuestión del método, el estado de la profesión y la oportunidad de la filosofía de la información de Luciano Floridi

Beavers, Anthony F. and Morán Reyes, Ariel Antonio Floridi historizado: La cuestión del método, el estado de la profesión y la oportunidad de la filosofía de la información de Luciano Floridi. Escritos, 2013, vol. 21, n. 46, pp. 39-68. [Journal article (Paginated)]

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English abstract

The paper explores the relevance and pertinence of Luciano Floridi’s Pihilosophy of Information, which is considered in the light of Western scientific revolutions and the establishment of brand new paradigms, both in Sciences and Philosophy. An analogy with the “Mathematical Turn” of Modernity allows establishing the revolutionary reach of Floridi’s work, which acceptance would involve overcoming the epistemological obstacle of scholasticism, aiming for the historical dynamism inherent in scientific progress.

Spanish abstract

El artículo plantea la actualidad y pertinencia de la Filosofía de la información de Luciano Floridi, considerada a la luz de las revoluciones científicas de Occidente y de la instauración de nuevos paradigmas, tanto en las ciencias como en la filosofía. La analogía con el “giro matemático” de la Modernidad permite establecer el alcance revolucionario de la obra de Floridi, cuya aceptación implicará superar el obstáculo epistemológico del escolasticismo, en función del dinamismo histórico inherente al progreso científico.

Portuguese abstract

O artigo questiona a atualidade e a pertinência da Filosofia da informação de Luciano Floridi, considerada à luz das revoluções científicas do Ocidente e da instauração de novos paradigmas, tanto nas ciências como na filosofia. A analogia com o “giro matemático” da Modernidade permite estabelecer o alcance revolucionário da obra de Floridi, cuja aceitação implicará em superar o obstáculo epistemológico da escolástica, em função do dinamismo histórico inerente ao progresso científico.

Item type: Journal article (Paginated)
Keywords: Philosophy of Information; Scientific Revolutions; Technology; Information and Communication Technology; Infoesphere.
Subjects: A. Theoretical and general aspects of libraries and information. > AB. Information theory and library theory.
A. Theoretical and general aspects of libraries and information. > AC. Relationship of LIS with other fields .
Depositing user: M.A. Ariel Morán
Date deposited: 02 Sep 2016 07:24
Last modified: 02 Sep 2016 07:24
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/29695

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